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treating hairloss from fat cells (Hair Multiplication & Stem Cells Treatment)

posted by cal, 28.09.2016, 01:46

full sized regrowth.

I might still have a citation noted down somewhere on my old computer's hard drive but, yeah, its been done.


It's tempting to toss this phenomenon into the mental recycle bin because it has no direct usefulness for practical MPB treatments. But the implications of it are big. Even severely suppressing a human's immune system won't help reverse the MPB process. Something else is at work in the mouse's biology that flatly shuts down the MPB problem cold.

It proves even balded human follicles can be revived under the right conditions. The "permanent scarring" in an MPB'd follicle does not pose any real problem at all. It also demonstrates how ridiculous the mouse research model is for studying MPB. You literally cannot give a mouse MPB if you try. It's sort of like trying to study the later progression & effects of AIDS using test subjects with fully-functioning immune systems. -->

It was on an immune-suppressed mouse (to prevent rejection of the foreign tissue). Fully MPB'd human follicle --> full sized regrowth.

I might still have a citation noted down somewhere on my old computer's hard drive but, yeah, its been done.


It's tempting to toss this phenomenon into the mental recycle bin because it has no direct usefulness for practical MPB treatments. But the implications of it are big. Even severely suppressing a human's immune system won't help reverse the MPB process. Something else is at work in the mouse's biology that flatly shuts down the MPB problem cold.

It proves even balded human follicles can be revived under the right conditions. The "permanent scarring" in an MPB'd follicle does not pose any real problem at all. It also demonstrates how ridiculous the mouse research model is for studying MPB. You literally cannot give a mouse MPB if you try. It's sort of like trying to study the later progression & effects of AIDS using test subjects with fully-functioning immune systems.




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